Ettore Puricelli

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Ettore Puricelli
Personal information
Full name Héctor Puricelli
Date of birth (1916-09-15)15 September 1916
Place of birth Montevideo, Uruguay
Date of death 14 May 2001(2001-05-14) (aged 84)
Playing position Striker
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1935–1936 River Plate (URU) ? (?)
1936–1938 Central Español ? (?)
1938–1944 Bologna 139 (87)
1944–1949 Milan 114 (55)
1949–1951 Legnano 38 (25)
Total 291 (167)
National team
1939 Italy 1 (1)
Teams managed
1954–1956 Milan
1956–1957 Palermo
1959–1960 Porto
1960–1961 Salernitana
1965–1966 Atalanta
1966 Alessandria
1967–1968 Cagliari
1969–1971 Vicenza
1973–1975 Vicenza
1978–1979 Genoa
1980–1981 Foggia
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Héctor "Ettore" Puricelli (15 September 1916 – 14 May 2001) was an football player and manager. Born in Uruguay, he represented Italy at international level. As a player, he is most famous for his time with Bologna and Milan.1

Biography

After playing for his hometown side Central Español from Montevideo, Puricelli decided to move from Uruguay to Italy in 1938 to play for Serie A side Bologna. The club were going through a good spell in their history and with goals from Puricelli they were able to continue that; in his first season they won the Italian championship of 1938–39.

In his first season Puricelli was joint-capcannonieri (top scorer) in Serie A, along with Aldo Boffi of Milan with 19 goals. He recaptured this feat in 1940–41 with 22 goals, he also won his second championship title with Bologna that season.

After World War II, Puricelli joined Milan and although his goalscoring record continued in healthy fashion, the club did not capture the league championship; the nearest they came during this period was runners-up in 1947–48. He ended his playing career with Legnano in Serie B still prolific in his goalscoring.

Honours

As Player

As Manager

References

Preceded by
Giuseppe Antonini
A.C. Milan Captain
1948
Succeeded by
Andrea Bonomi







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